RM 3 got passed with only two counties voting it down. Contra Costa and Solano. Both not surprising. From the courts its seems Dynamex Operations West v. Superior Court was decided by the supreme court which may disrupt the gig economy, classifying them as employees. Doubt it'll change anything though.
AC Transit's plan for completely moving to electric by 2040.
Post improvement 51A and 51B evaluation. There was improvement but not as muchas they would've liked.
Budget update for AC Transit. things are not looking good.
SFMTA's work on outreach and engagement. They don't seem to be changing anything. But yikes constituents seem a bit mean and what most concerning in this era is how much people enjoy being uninformed and then being angry they weren't informed and it affected them.
Not transit related but its noteworthy to see what SFMTA does for streets that don't run buses.
So there might be a tax on TNCs? I don't know how, I thought that they were restricted from doing a tax by the state. unless this is just on the employees.
SFMTA is review what they can do for the Taxi industry.
I wish they pointed out which pedestrian signals were recall run. So I could stop looking like an idiot pressing a placebo button.
SFMTA appears to be getting into redoing their stations.
Went about exactly as one would expect. Those that don't need the state bridges and Alameda county voted for it and everyone else against.
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